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Bradberry chose Giants over Lions
In an appearance on the ‘Jim Rome Show’ on Monday, cornerback James Bradberry said he chose the Giants over the Detroit Lions.
“I just felt like New York was a better fit for me. I knew Mr. [Dave] Gettleman and I knew what type of organization he’s trying to build over there,” Bradberry told Rome. “I knew some of the players over there as well and they had nothing but good things to say about the organization.”
Bradberry, a cornerback, signed a three-year, $43.55 million deal with $31.98 million guaranteed.
The Lions likely looked at Bradberry as a replacement for Darius Slay, whom they traded to the Philadelphia Eagles.
It can’t just be business as usual for the NFL, as much as the league wants it to be. Here’s another example of how things have changed, and I think this is a good call.
Dr. Anthony Casolaro, co-head physician for the #Redskins & President of the NFL Physicians Society, sent a letter to the NFL & NFLPA discontinuing NFL-related physicals until the health crisis has passed. “Medical resources should focus on those who are ill or in need of care.” pic.twitter.com/1IDLzAvj7y— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 24, 2020
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